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For the 32nd year, we're looking for Canada's Fastest-Growing Companies. Find out more and declare your company's candidacy here!
Entry deadline: May 31, 2020
Meet the 2019 Growth 500!
The winners of the 31st annual Growth 500 ranking of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies are the most ambitious, innovative and successful businesses in Canada. Their stories are inspiration to any entrepreneur. Get to know this year’s honourees!
- A word with Article, this year's fastest-growing company
- Key facts about the 2019 Growth 500
- Why inspiration is the new competition
- The perks that do—and don't—work
- Growth 500 CEOs share damn good advice
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2019 Industry Rankings:
Key Lessons from Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies:
How do these Growth 500 companies thrive in the fierce retail landscape? By working around the middlemen.
Consumer preferences can be, well, pretty fickle. Here’s how Growth 500 firms became tastemakers, rather than taste-chasers.
The Growth 500 winners clearly know how to run a business; but when even they run out of answers, in come the experts
How Growth 500 winners have managed to incentivize high-performing recruits to go where few workers have gone before
Meet some 2019 GROWTH 500 winners:
GROWTH 500: No. 272
Taking on the job of bringing a menstrual product to the far-reaching masses, Kitchener-based Diva International had to expand its marketing creativity—and cultural consciousness
GROWTH 500: No. 428
With a background in child care—and a dire need for it herself—Kids & Company CEO (and mother of eight) Victoria Sopik entered the biz with a serious insider’s advantage
GROWTH 500: No. 28
By offering mentorship and upward mobility to its workforce, Mississauga’s Pride Group Enterprises is upending the trucking industry’s hardscrabble reputation
GROWTH 500: No. 193
Tiber River Naturals, the bath-and-body brainchild of Adriana De Luca, makes a solid case for succeeding by any means necessary
GROWTH 500: No. 469
Is it possible to recover from 100 per cent staff turnover? According to one co-founder of Calgary-based Glacier: with some serious self-awareness, yes.
Creating a healthy separation between work and life may seem like an impossible task within new-growth companies—but this year’s Startup 50 winners are certainly trying